Going to the Cheektowaga Chick-Fil-A for opening day? Here's what you need to know

Posted at 11:29 PM, Nov 13, 2018

Are you planning on getting some Chick-Fil-A from their new location on Walden Avenue in Cheektowaga? Here's what you should know for opening weekend which starts with the grand opening on November 29th. 

Plan on using the drive-thru?

- Cheektowaga Police officers will direct drivers passed the actual restaurant, and turning south on Peppy Place. From there, signs and officers will have drivers turn left onto commercial Dale Road. Drivers will then take a left onto Anderson Rd and into the Chick-Fil-A parking lot. Cars will only be allowed to exit the parking through the north side next to the McDonalds. 

Want to sit inside and enjoy your sandwich?

- Police will take all traffic looking to eat-in through the north side of Anderson Road. Cars will then be directed into different commercial parking lots around the restaurant as their lot can only fit around 40 parking spots. 

Cheektowaga Police will have five officers assigned for the Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of opening weekend. Chick-Fil-A closes on Sundays where Cheektowaga Police will be able to decide what additional attention is needed towards the restaurant. 

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